State funding for the development of domestic equipment for LTE and 5G networks in 2024-2025 may be reduced by 35%, to 15.5 billion rubles.

The planned budget for the implementation of the project will be reduced to 48.8 billion rubles, while extrabudgetary funding will increase by 8.3% to 38.8 billion rubles. Such indicators are included in the new version of the roadmap “Modern and promising mobile networks until 2030”, which is yet to be presented.

On behalf of the President of Russia, the government signed 10 agreements with large corporations of the country on the development of high-tech industries, the basis of which is the production of industrial industrial products and products ready for circulation production and mass production. Detailed roadmaps have been developed for each agreement. <...>. More than 100 companies are involved in the implementation of roadmap activities.

— Andrey Belousov, First Deputy Prime Minister

For the development of 6G, there will be a Research Institute of Radio. However, business is not yet ready to invest in the project, funding comes entirely from the state budget.

Interviewed Vedomosti experts believe that the decision to cut state funding may lead to operators raising their prices for communications due to the fact that the sales market for domestic companies is limited.

If telecom equipment does not appear by 2025, the connection will be terrible, – said Denis Kuskov from Telecom Daily. According to Megabitus, the average Internet speed in the regions of Russia has already fallen by 7% last year. [Ведомости]

Source: Iphones RU

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